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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Western Michigan Nips 'M' Diamondmen, 2-1

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By BUD WILKINSON
Summer Sports Editor
KALAMAZOO - The Michigan
baseball team's eight game win-
streak was ended yesterday as the
Broncos of Western Michigan edg-
ed the Wolverines, 2-1.
The score was tied until the last
of the ninth, when with one out,
WMU's Pat Locanto singled home
Bruce Roberts with the winning
run.
Dave Gartha received the vic-
tory in relief in the tight pitch-
er's battle as he and Chuck Kline
and John Mayer held Michigan to
only five hits.
Jim Lyijynen and Geoff Zahn
gave up 11 hits for the Wolver-
ines.
The scoring opened in the sec-
ond inning when Michigan catch-
er Ted Sizemore walked, stole sec-
ond, and scored on a single.
The score was tied in the sixth
on a single followed by Ijarold
Cuyler's triple to right field.
Michigan's record is now 15-5
and Western's is 12-2.
Last Saturday the Wolverine
diamondmen won their seventh
and eighth consecutive games in
patented good-guy-coming-from-
behind-to-win-in-the-end style.

In the first game Michigan came
from the wrong side of a 6-3 score
to tally 11 (yes, 11) runs in the
ninth to defeat Wisconsin, 14-6
at Madison.
In amrepeat performance in the
second game of the doubleheader
the Wolverines, down 5-2 going
into the last inning, stunned the
disbelieving Badgers again by put-
ting seven runs across the plate in
the seventh and final inning. (The
second game of Big Ten double-
headers is always limited to seven
innings.) The final score was 9-5.
These two wins brought the
Wolverines' Big Ten record to 4-0.
all the wins being credited to
pitcher Bob Reed. After pitching

202/3 innings of shutout baseball
in the previous two conference
games, Reed came in in relief in
both ends of the doubleheader.
In the first game he pitched two
shutout innings to lengthen his
string to 23 innings but was fin-
ally touched for two runs when
he came in again in the second
game. His overall record for this
year is now 7-1.
Going into the Wisconsin games
the Michigan team had held its
opponents scoreless for a total of
29 innings.
Whitewash
The day before the "M" nine
whitewashed Northwestern, 5-0 at
Evanston. Three unearned runs
came in the fifth inning on two
Wildcat errors and a wild pitch.
Two insurance runs were added in
the ninth on an infield single by
Al Bara, a walk to Sygar, two wild
pitches and Bob Gilhooley's run-
scoring infield out.
The Wolverines practiced their
base-running skills by stealing
seven bases in the game. Size-
more's three stolen bases gave
him a team-leading total of sev-
en, which he has now increased to
eight.
The week before Michigan

squashed Indiana at Yost Field tral Michigan in a doubleheader The doubleheader with OSU will
6-0. Reed pitched a four-hit shut- 5-1 and 1-0.
o iThe diamondmen have lost foul not be rescheduled. This may turn
out, and first baseman Chan Si- games to the weather since the out to be a break for the Wolver-
monds led the hitting attack with end of the winter semester, how- ines since the Buckeyes were Big
a home run and a single which ever. Two non-conference gameTncapos*dNCAr-
drove inthree runs, snwith Notre Dame were rained out
On April 16, the Wolverines took as was a doubleheader with Ohio ners-up last year and are favored
two more victories, beating Cen- State. to take the title this year.
THREE SHOT PUT VICTORIES:
Harvey Cops itles in Relays

ad

Shot putter Jack Harvey paced1
the Wolverine track team in three
relays in the past three weekends
by rackingup three victories andl
one meet record.
Harvey, who is the Big Ten in-1

I

Big Ten Standings

1

door shot put champion, placed
only fifth in the preliminaries of
the Penn Relays at Philadelphia
last Saturday but won the title in
the finals with a 58'71/2" toss, his
longest of the season.

MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Minnesota
Illinois
Iowa
Michigan State
Indiana
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Purdue

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SMASH PURDUE 9-0:
Michigan Netters Extend
Victory String to Three

The week before Harvey had
taken the same event in the Ohio
State Relays and the week before
that set a meet record in the Ohio
Relays with a toss of 57'10"e
The Wolverines failed to get
any other first-place finishes in
the rain-soaked Penn Relays, but
pole vaulter and team captain
George Canamare placed second in
his event with a vault of 15'.
The best Michigan could do in
any of the relays was a third in
the two-mile event. Elmo Morales,
Cecil Norde, Jim Mercer, and Alex
McDonald finished in a time of
1:43.7, behind first-place Villano-
va's 7:39.3.
Michigan sent only a small squad
to the Ohio State Relays because
of exams and Harvey scored the
only victory there. Canamare broke
the meet pole vault record of 15'5"
with a 15'512" vault which placed

41

I

WEL COME

U. of

M.

Students

The Michigan tennis team con-
tinued to storm over its opposi-
tion in its defense of the Big Ten
championship by smashing Purdue
9-0 last Friday in Champaign.
The whitewashing of the Boil-
ermakers followed two earlier
whippings of Big Ten opponents
Michigan State and Minnesota by
identical 8-1 scores. Michigan's
chance for a fourth victory in
the Saturday meet with Illinois
was rained out after Michigan
Hedrick Given
Big Ten Medal
Of Honor
Karl Hedrick, captain of the
Michigan tennis team and number
one singles player, has been award-
ed the Conference Medal of Honor
presented annually at each Big
Ten institution to the student
demonstrating the greatest pro-
ficiency in scholarship and ath-
letics.
This is Hedrick's third year on
the varsity tennis squad and while
on the team he has lost only seven
matches in two years, competing
in either the number one or two
position. He is currently ranked
15th among men's singles players
by the USLTA.
Hedrick has been on the Dean's
list for academic proficiency dur-
ing the past two years. He has
maintained a 3.3 grade average
and is a member of Tau Beta Pi,
honorary academic fraternity. He
was also awarded the Hazel M.
Losh award for academic and ath-
letic achievement earlier in the
year.
After graduation he plans to
enter graduate school in his field
of aerospace engineering.

had taken a 4-1 lead, and the
meet will be rescheduled.
Each match in the conference
meets is important because the
championship is determined by a
combination of dual meet stand-
ings and results of the champion-
ship tournament.I
The first singles match between
Michigan Captain Karl Hedrick
ad Boilermaker Wayne Svoboda
was a real battle as Hedrick won
7-5, 8-6. The other matches were
closer than the scores indicate
but the Wolverines were never ex-
tended to three sets.
SINGLES
Karl Hedrick (M) def. Wayne Svo-
boda, 7-5, 8-6; Jim Swift (M) def.
Phil Wade, 6-3, 7-5; Bill Dixon (M)
def. Don Stone, 6-2, 6-3; Ron Tee-
guarden (M) def. Rex Headgard, 6-3,
6-2; Ed Waits (M) def. Eric Schmidt,
6-3, 6-2; Bob Pritula (M) def. Dale
Moline, 6-2, 6-4.
DOUBLES
Hedrick-Waits (M)Edef. Svobodar
Headgard, 8-6, 7-5; Teeguarden-
Swift (M) def. Schmidt-Wade, 6-2,
6-1; Dixon-Pritula (M) def. Moline-
Stone, 10-8, 6-3. .

Al

JACK HARVEY

MICHIGAN'S Wolverines - Michigan's

famous Marching Band-Th

tate Street-The

League

e Victors-
The Union
of a great

him in a three way tie for first.
but John Linta of Kent State was
awarded the victory on fewer miss-
es.
The OSU relays were dominat-
ed by Michigan State which cap-
tured four firsts and five seconds.
In the Ohio Relays two weeks
ago, however, the Wolverines came
away with five victories. Besides
Harvey's win in the shot put,
Michigan took both the 440- and
880-yard relay titles. Willie Brown
Dave Cooper and Clive Laidley
were on both relay winners with
Doe Reid in the 440 and Bob
Gerometta in the 880.
Other Wolverine winners were
freshman Gary Knickerbocker in
the high jump with a leap of 6'7"
and Bob Donnelly with a discus
thro of 64/"

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